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Ed Condran
FEATURES WRITER
Ed Condran edc@spokesman.com

Ed Condran joined The Spokesman-Review in September as a freelancer and became a full-time Features reporter in March. The veteran journalist, who has written for Playboy, Parents, Rolling Stone, Maxim, Details, the Washington Post and the Dallas Morning News, will cover music, comedy, travel, parenting and more. The Temple University alum crafted jokes for Bette Midler's "Kiss My Brass" tour, and Burt Reynolds, George Carlin and Chris Cornell were some of his favorite interviews. Condran is a long-suffering Minnesota Vikings fan.


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News >  Family
May 2, 2021, 9 a.m.
When my son Milo, 15, was recently rushed to a hospital for an appendectomy, the phrase "it figures" ran through my mind. I had the same procedure at a similar age.

April 29, 2021, 1 p.m.
Virtual concerts and comedy shows don't have the impact of live performance. However, theater, which doesn't break the fourth wall, is another story. That's what Jeremy Whittington discovered during the pandemic

April 29, 2021, 1 p.m.
Bing Crosby grew up in tranquil Spokane and left for the bright lights of California in 1925. After enjoying a great deal of success as a developer in California, Jerry Dicker left the Golden State for Spokane.

April 29, 2021, noon
Zoom VIP meet-and-greets after shows with comics who have yet to break have been one of the more curious attractions of the pandemic. Three fans recently kicked in extra bucks to hang out with Ryan O'Flanagan.